Brian Stelter says any change in tune about vaccines was subtle and short-lived on Fox. “What you see in right wing media is this general anti-vaccine rhetoric,” Oliver Darcy says, even though the vaccines were developed while Donald Trump was president.
“Strongmen: Mussolini to the Present” author Ruth Ben-Ghiat says Donald Trump “has the same personality traits as many of these leaders I’ve studied,” including a “massive ego, megalomania, ‘only I can fix it’” attitude. Ben-Ghiat also discusses propaganda techniques.
Brian Stelter says Donald Trump’s continued promotion of the Big Lie makes sense “when viewed through the prism of narcissism.” He also points out that political reporters are becoming more explicit about describing Trump’s “delusions.”
Penguins at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham have overwhelmingly backed an England win in Wednesday's Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark. Having correctly predicted Gareth Southgate’s side would overcome Ukraine in last weekend’s quarter-final clash, Pablo and friends have backed the Three Lions to do the business again.
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Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense has defended its decision to train female soldiers to march in high heels, following an outcry from local lawmakers. Women from the Ukrainian armed forces will march in a parade to mark the 30th anniversary of independence from the Soviet Union on August 24, according to a statement from Army Inform, the defense ministry’s official news agency. CNN’s Matthew Chance reports.
Harry Maguire has backed a new deal for Gareth Southgate after praising the England manager’s support both on and off the pitch in the past year.The Manchester United skipper scored the second goal in England’s 4-0 Euro 2020 quarter-final win over Ukraine in Rome on Saturday night.It continued a fine tournament for Maguire, who missed the first two group games as he recovered from ankle ligament damage.
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New records show reported behind-the-scenes efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to pressure Arizona election officials into helping him retain the presidency in 2020. The Arizona Republic, a Phoenix newspaper, obtained new records and voicemails showing how Trump and his former personal attorney Rudy Giuliani tried to pressure Maricopa County supervisors overseeing the election results.
Former President Donald Trump pressed the Justice Department during his waning weeks in office to join his failed effort to overturn his election defeat based on his false claims of voting fraud, but its leaders refused, with one decrying the "pure insanity" of the claims, documents released on Tuesday showed. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
The House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack will hear testimony from four police officers who were on the front lines that day as rioters stormed the US Capitol in an attempt to stop lawmakers from certifying President Joe Biden’s electoral win. CNN’s Josh Campbell reports.
CNN’s Pamela Brown looks at former Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders’ delayed support of the coronavirus vaccines even as Sanders blames President Biden, Democrats and Dr. Fauci, among others, for vaccine hesitancy.
Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist of Florida tells CNN’s Pamela Brown that Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is to blame for the state’s surge in Covid cases and he believes there should be more mask mandates and lockdowns in Florida to combat the virus.
Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) took issue with reporters asking GOP lawmakers if they were vaccinated, and said reporters should be asking the Democrats if they are vaccinated. A CNN survey found that 100% of Democratic lawmakers on Capitol hill have been vaccinated.
Former Attorney General William Barr says he suspected Former President Donald Trump’s claims on widespread election fraud were “all bullsh*t.” His comments were made public after The Atlantic published the statement as part of an excerpt from “Betrayal,” a book by ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl.
Russian President Vladimir Putin took questions from international reporters following his meeting with President Joe Biden, including a question from ABC News reporter Rachel Scott who asked Putin about a recent law that banned individuals designated as “extremists” from running for public offices.
President Donald Trump’s former homeland security chief Tom Bossert came out swinging on Sunday. According to Politico, Bossert is alarmed by Trump's attempt to get dirt on Joe Biden from Ukraine. In..